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One Health central to Veterinary Medicine Caucus
One Health central to Veterinary Medicine Caucus
Ensuring Congress stays informed of the vital role veterinary medicine plays in research, public health, food safety, and the economy is the continued goal of the Veterinary Medicine Caucus.
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UC Davis scores top marks in veterinary science
UC Davis scores top marks in veterinary science
Three U.S. veterinary colleges have landed in the top 10 for the QS World University Rankings, with University of California, Davis securing the second-place spot for the second year in a row.
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Reassure owners to prevent post-pandemic surrenders
Reassure owners to prevent post-pandemic surrenders
One in five owners are considering rehoming their pet if they are unable to bring their pooch with them when they return to work post-pandemic, Banfield reports.
Treating canine osteoarthritis without opioids
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There are several techniques available that not only safely and effectively treat pain associated with OA, but also address its root cause: inflamed and damaged joints.
Cannabis products continue to rise in popularity, but is there proof they work?
Cannabis products continue to rise in popularity, but is there proof they work?
While cannabis products for pets remain popular and profitable, legal issues are still murky, and there has been little growth in our knowledge about their effects.
Gene-doping test supports health of racehorses
Gene-doping test supports health of racehorses
Penn Vet researchers have developed a PCR test to detect the presence of a potential gene-doping agent in the joint fluid and blood of a horse.
 
 
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